This is going to be a Calgary Stampede to remember.
One of the best things about the Greatest Outdoor Show On Earth is the sheer amount of entertainment on display, and organizers have just released the 2019 lineup for the Coca-Cola Stage.
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The outdoor venue features artists performing throughout the day and into the night each and every day of the Stampede, and this year’s lineup features over 50 artists and bands to enjoy while munching on Stampede fare or resting your legs after a long day.
The Coca-Cola daytime bands are as follows:
- The Royal Foundry
- Tenille Arts
- School of Rock
- Sebastian Gaskin
- Maddie Storvold
- The Prairie States
- Adrian Chalifour
- Alex Hughes
- Astral Swans
- Ben Chase
- Cadillac Junkies
- Crooked Spies
- Drew Gregory
- Haylen Jensen
- Justine Vandergrift
- Lauren Mayell
- Marlaena Moore
- Nature Of
- Post Scripts
- Ryan Langlios
- Shaela Miller
- Skye Wallace
- The Shiverettes
- Tim Buckley
“This year we have an incredible lineup that will make each day at the Coca-Cola Stage unforgettable,” said Natasha Mandrusiak, entertainment coordinator at the Calgary Stampede, in a release.
“There are 2019 line-up host acts that have never performed at the Calgary Stampede before and we are so excited for every artist that will be playing on the Coca-Cola Stage.”
A total of 22 headliners will close out the nights at the stage, with some seriously big names expected to perform in Calgary this July 5 to 14:
- Death Cab for Cutie with Dizzy
- Metric with Braids
- King Princess with bülow
- Feist with Orville Peck
- T-Pain with Lil Berete
- The Glorious Sons with The Blue Stones
- Dashboard Confessional with Moneen
- Mother Mother with Bad Child
- DJ Set: Chromeo & Keys N Krates with Grandtheft & Neon Steve
- Bishop Briggs with Dear Rouge
- Reuben and the Dark with Royal Canoe
The performances are free with Stampede admission, though if you have a favourite band you really don’t want to miss, we’d suggest getting to the stage a little early to ensure you snag yourself a decent spot.
A full schedule can be found at the Calgary Stampede’s website.